513-721-6628 241 West McMillan St. Cincinnati Ohio 45219

Campus Cyclery Tool School.

We now have three options for maintenance classes.
New Rider Maintenance Course: If you just purchased a new bike or want to take better care of your existing bike, this is the course for you.
Intermediate Class: This is our most popular course. We have taken 8 years of classes and reformed our Tool School to cover more material with helpful lab exercises for hands on experience.
Advanced Class: This class is for people who have already taken the Intermediate Class and want to advance their maintenance skills to the next level.
Intermediate class sizes are limited to three so register early or you might miss out.
Questions should be emailed to mark@campuscyclery.com or call 513-721-6628.

New Rider Maintenance

$55 / class
    • 1 Night Class 7-10pm
    • Includes Book
    • Date TBD

Intermediate Class

$150 / session
    • 3 Night Classes 7-10pm
    • Includes Book
    • Sept 20th, 27th and Oct 4th

Advanced Class

$150 / session
    • 3 Night Classes
    • Includes Book
    • Date TBD

This is a three-hour one-night class. You will get the Park Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair. The focus is on inspection and knowing when there is a problem. You’ll be shown how to change a tire and patch a tube, how to clean and lube your bike and how to make minor adjustments of brakes and shifting. With this class you will be able to head out on rides with confidence knowing all the basics are covered.
To take this course you must already know how to change a tire and patch a tube. Sessions are held one night a week from 7-10pm for 3 consecutive weeks. Topics covered in class will be derailleur adjustment and cable system, chain installation, brake adjustments,crank installation, servicing bottom bracket, hub adjustment, and wheel truing. Classes will have an hour of lecture time and 2 hours of lab time. Your bike will be needed for the lab. Some lab exercises will be done on shop demos. If you do not have a current bike you can make arrangements with us to get you a project bike.
This is for students who have already taken the Intermediate Class. In this you will overhaul hubs and headsets. We will also cover drive-train compatibility including derailleur capacity and maximum sprocket size. Derailleur hanger alignment and repair, headset installation and removal, replacing damaged or broken spokes, and overhauling hubs will also be covered. Your bike will be needed for class. Current model bikes are needed to get the most out of this class. Some installations and removals will be done with shop demos.